Building on the success of his earlier books, Randell L. Makinson joins with Thomas Heinz and Brad Pitt in producing this rich monograph on the Robert Roe Blacker house, the largest and most elaborate of the refined Greene & Greene style. New color photographs provide the first full documentation of the house following its extensive five-year restoration, for which Makinson was the architect. This book has just been released, is already ranked #6 on the LA Times best seller list.
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Contents Preface Introduction Pasadena The Construction of a Landmark The Greene & Greene Design The Decorative Arts The Furniture Through the Lens of Brad Pitt The Dissipation of a Landmark The Restoration Acknowledgements Restoration Team Illustration CreditsAbout the Author:
Randell L. Makinson, Honorary AIA, is the foremost authority on Greene and Greene, having studied and written about their work for more than forty-five years. He is Director Emeritus of The Gamble House in Pasadena. This is his sixth book on the work of the Greenes. Makinson lives in Pasadena.
Thomas A. Heinz, AIA, of Evanston, Illinois, has been involved with the restoration of more than forty Frank Lloyd Wright buildings and is the author of twenty books on Wright. He is coauthor with Makinson and principal photographer for two books on Greene and Greene.
Brad Pitt, best known for his work in major American films, demonstrates here his passion for architecture, the Arts & Crafts movement, and the work of architects Greene & Greene. His enthusiasm for restoration of the Blacker House is seen in images reflecting his vision of the moods of the Blacker House as seen through his lens and his studied print compositions.
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